Klipsch Image S4i Earphones

9/7/2012 9:07:48 AM

The product is equipped with a pair of 8.5mm micro-speaker plus great audio quality similar to that of previous model Image S4.

Description: Heavy-duty Klipsch Image S4i earphones are for traveler.

Heavy-duty Klipsch Image S4i earphones are for traveler.

The latest in-ear models form Klipsch is designed against all weathers. Having award-winning sound quality, endurance in all weathers and modern technology, Image S4i is made for people interested in outdoors and even risky activities.

With enduring rubber layer, these earphones are water-proof to ensure its fluent operation under any weather.

With three big remote control buttons lying in the line, this model allows iPhone users freely call and listen to music while playing sport. On the other side of control area is a navigation microphone for free call. Image S4i may be the most impressive earphones until now. This model comes in yellow, orange, blue and red.

Description: Calling microphone and remote control buttons

Calling microphone and remote control buttons

Aside from round ear buds which often create pressure, Klipsch’s oval ear buds completely fit helices. This helps users enjoy the ear phones comfortably for long times. This product also prevents noise and gives deep and strong bass.

Image S4i comes with a pair of 8.5mm micro-speakers which owns the same quality of previous Image S4 model. The new improved technology has a wide range of frequency when it still gives vivid details and reproduces real sound vibrantly.

Image S4i is compatible with 3.5mm jack. However, the microphone and remote control buttons only support Apple devices.

The product is sold with four different sizes of ear bud, nylon box having zipper, cord clip and 2-year warranty. RPP is $100 and the model has been released since this July.

Here are some images and colors of the ear phones:

Description: Yellow version

Yellow version

Description: Blue version

Blue version

Description: Red version

Red version



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